List of National Historic Monuments of Argentina

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The Flag Memorial, a National Historic Monument in Rosario, Santa Fe.

The National Historic Monuments of Argentina are buildings, sites and features in Argentina listed by national decree as historic sites. This designation encourages greater protection under the oversight of the Comisión Nacional de Museos, Monumentos y Lugares Históricos (National Commission of Museums, Monuments and Historic Places), created in 1940. In addition, provinces also have local lists of historic monuments.

There are approximately 400 buildings or sites on the list. Most are buildings or sites from the pre-Hispanic or Colonial periods and some are battlefields and other locations associated with the independence of the country. In recent years the government has been making efforts to include sites on the list that reflect the country's industrial and immigrant heritage.

The Commission has been criticised for not doing enough to preserve the buildings on the list, and only declaring sites as monuments after they have been altered or partly demolished.[1]

City of Buenos Aires[edit]

Buenos Aires Province[edit]

Catamarca Province[edit]

Chaco Province[edit]

  • Former government house (Carlos Chiesanova Police Museum), Resistencia[32]
  • Former Francés Railway Station (Natural History Museum), Resistencia

Chubut Province[edit]

Córdoba Province[edit]

  • Building of the Banco de la Provincia de Córdoba, Córdoba[34]
  • Provincial legislature, Córdoba[34]
  • Córdoba Cabildo (17th century)

The building of Jose de Leo Carnedo from the 17th century.

Corrientes Province[edit]

Entre Ríos Province[edit]

Formosa Province[edit]

  • Government House, Formosa
  • House of governor Ignacio Fotheringham (now 'Juan Pablo Douffard' provincial historic museum), Formosa (1887)

Jujuy Province[edit]

La Pampa Province[edit]

  • El Castillo House in Parhaha Luro, Toay Department[4]
  • El mate gigante en la Avenida Circunvalación en Santa Rosa
  • Monumento a JFK en la Ruta Provincial nº 1 en Quemú-Quemú
  • Monumento a Domingo y Eva Perón en la Avenida Circunvalación de General Pico

La Rioja Province[edit]

  • The Padercitas, Cochangasta (a small granite temple) (1927)
  • Temple and Convent of Santo Domingo, La Rioja

Mendoza Province[edit]

Battlefields

Tombs

Misiones Province[edit]

Neuquén Province[edit]

Río Negro Province[edit]

Salta Province[edit]

  • Arias Rengel House, Salta
  • Salta Cathedral, and Pantheon of the Glories of the North with tomb of Martín Güemes
  • Monument to Martín Güemes, Salta
  • Cabildo of Salta, housing Historical Museum of the North[30]
  • San Francisco church, Salta
  • San Bernardo convent, Salta
  • House of Hernández City Museum, Salta[30]
  • Finca La Cruz and house of Martín Güemes
  • San José church, Cachi
  • Potrero de Payogasta, Cachi[8]
  • Pre-Hispanic settlement of Santa Rosa de Tastil, Rosario de Lerma Department[31]

San Juan Province[edit]

San Luis Province[edit]

Santa Cruz Province[edit]

Santa Fe Province[edit]

Santiago del Estero Province[edit]

Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentine Antarctica and South Atlantic Islands[edit]

Tucumán Province[edit]

National Historic Places[edit]

In addition to the National Historic Monuments, a number of places have been designated 'National Historic Places' (Lugares Históricos Nacionales), including:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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